Instead of investigating its war crimes, the U.S. has actively covered them up, write Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies.
Tag: U.S. war crimes
Throwing a Shoe at the Illegal US War on Iraq
Vijay Prashad explains why a group of international media organizations reject and denounce the U.S. government’s attack on Julian Assange and journalism.
From Press Freedom to Prison Systems, Everything Assange Touches Gets Illuminated
The bombshell revelations of the imprisoned journalist were arguably small potatoes compared to the criminality Assange exposed by simply standing his ground, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
WikiLeaks & the Crimes of the West in Afghanistan
Fabian Scheidler says so much suffering — including Assange’s imprisonment for exposing war criminals — buries the idea of “humanitarian intervention.”
The Korean War’s Forgotten Lessons on the Evil of Intervention
The secrecy and deceit surrounding U.S. war crimes has had catastrophic consequences in this century, writes James Bovard.
ASSANGE EXTRADITION: Your Man in Public Gallery – Day No. 4
Craig Murray compares Thursday’s proceedings — during which the judge harassed Fitzgerald just as the defense had the prosecution on the ropes — to a Stalin show trial.
ASSANGE EXTRADITION: Debunking the Smear About Assange Recklessly Publishing Unredacted Documents
Caitlin Johnstone issues a reminder that the WikiLeaks publisher not only tried to alert the State Department he also pulled an all-nighter to cleanse the logs of over 10,000 names.